News in Hillingdon
04 Feb 2020
Pupils at Whiteheath Junior School, Ruislip, joined Hillingdon Council at an idling action event on Wednesday 29 January, in an effort to urge drivers who leave their engines running whilst parked to turn them off under a new pan-London clampdown.
16 Jan 2020
Hillingdon Council has declared a climate change emergency and laid out its intentions for the borough to meet ambitious targets to become carbon neutral by 2030.
15 Jan 2020
The Leader of Hillingdon Council, Cllr Ray Puddifoot officially reopened Ruislip Manor Library on Tuesday 14 January following refurbishment works.
13 Jan 2020
Hillingdon Council's Adult and Community Learning service is delighted to retain its 'Good' rating from Ofsted after a recent inspection.
07 Jan 2020
Hillingdon libraries are set to launch a digital only reading club this month to expand library services for residents and provide those who cannot physically attend a reading group with the opportunity to share their thoughts on books and socialise.
06 Jan 2020
Hillingdon Council is holding a series of open days at its adult learning centres this January to give residents thinking of learning something new or changing career the chance to see what courses are on offer.
03 Jan 2020
Hillingdon Council has awarded its new 10-year leisure centre management contract to the charitable social enterprise Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL), in a move that will help residents stay active and enjoy the benefits of sport.
20 Dec 2019
A property development and lettings company that broke planning laws by painting a large commercial painting of its logo on the side of a block of flats in Northwood has been ordered to pay more than £11,000, following a prosecution by Hillingdon Council
16 Dec 2019
Hillingdon businesses are being encouraged to use a free online tool to calculate how much better off they would be by switching to the council's commercial waste and recycling collection service.
09 Dec 2019
Hillingdon Council has successfully prosecuted the owner of a restaurant in Hayes for failing to prevent smoking in a smoke-free area.
05 Dec 2019
A council prosecution has led to a local building supplies firm being ordered to pay more than £82,000 for failing to ensure the health and safety of a delivery driver who was crushed by some wooden decking.
02 Dec 2019
A record 10,894 children visited Hillingdon Council's local libraries to take part in this year's national Summer Reading Challenge - ranking the council as the second highest for participation in London.
28 Nov 2019
A Hayes landlord has been ordered to pay more than £430,000 after turning her property into an illegal House in Multiple Occupation (HMO).
04 Nov 2019
Local authorities opposed to Heathrow expansion say that changes in government policy on climate change mean the case for a third runway should be reviewed urgently.
30 Oct 2019
Hillingdon Council has successfully prosecuted a restaurant owner in Hayes for failing to prevent smoking in a smoke-free area and for obstructing environmental health officers.
22 Oct 2019
Hillingdon's Children in Care Council was honoured at a prestigious annual awards ceremony at the House of Commons that celebrates the achievements of young people in the UK.